Have your kids ever asked you what life was like for people the Stone Age? What did they eat? What kind of houses did they have?
I know you, dear wandering educators. I know you’re always on the lookout for bookshops while you travel (because, well, BOOKS).ShareThis
Context, organizer of critically acclaimed walking tours, expands its program in Vienna with Gilded Ambition: a Tour of Schönbrunn Palace, a walk within the spectacular interiors of the Habsburgs’ summer residence and a close consideration of the interwoven history of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Across the centuries, the Atlantic seaboard of Ireland has been a place defined in equal parts by mystery, history, welcome, and music, all framed in landscapes of high cliffs, crashing surf, rugged mountains, quiet towns, winding backroads, and pristine beaches. All this is what is now becoming known as the Wild Atlantic Way.
Oh yes – Paris is well-known as a literate city. There are hundreds (!) of bookstores in Paris – and then there are the bouqinistes (book stalls) all along the Seine.
Here are some more summer pictures from Sweden. The first photos are from Luleå. The boy is my son, Runar, and he is trying his sister's camera for the first time, and he enjoyed take pictures!